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Gaaner Oparey duo Mimi and Arjun join Arindam Sil’s Khela Jokhon

The loved pair became famous after their hit stint in 2011 Gaaner Oparey

Raktim Das
Jul 07, 2021
 
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Mimi Chakraborty and Arjun Chakraborty to work with director Arindam Sil

With hurdles being thrown one after the other, the fate of Arindam Sil’s upcoming project Khela Jokhon seems uncertain. After being delayed more than twice, first due to date issues and then the lockdown, the movie has already faced a lot of troubles. Finally, luck seems to have favoured Arindam, as we have received a delightful news with regards to Khela Jokhon.

Popular Bengali soap opera Gaaner Oparey had launched Mimi Chakraborty and Arjun Chakraborty into the big leagues, as they won the audience’s hearts with their soulful chemistry and impressionable acting. Ever since then, fans are eager to witness this pair weave magic on the screen. The duo is set to join hands for Khela Jokhon in lead roles.

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Mimi and Arjun in Gaaner Oparey

A thriller with some high-octane action sequences, the plot of Khela Jokhon revolves around Urmi, who wakes up from a coma and is taken care of by her loving husband, Sagnik. However, the situation soon gets complicated, as she realises there is a contradiction in her life, revealing a dark secret, which may be violent in nature. What follows after this in Urmi’s life is chronicled by the film.

Mimi has been roped in for playing the lead role as Urmi in this film, opposite Arjun Chakraborty. The other artistes in the cast include Harsh Chhaya alongside Susmita Chatterjee, who debuted in Anindya Chatterjee’s film, Prem Tame. The cast will participate in a workshop before the film hits the floors, on August 25.

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